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stressful. very stressful. >> host: marguerite, you talk about one young man named noah pearce. >> guest: noah charles pearce. >> host: talk about noah charles pearce's story, why you got so involved with his case. >> guest: i'm a writer. i sometimes write short stories as well as poems. and, um, i had a story in a magazine, and i see a couple of poems by a soldier who committed suicide, and i looked, it just blew we -- me away. a soldier is committing suicide? and i thought about it, and i asked the editor, could you put me in touch with his mother? he said, not really, it's privacy. i said, please. i finally got in touch with what was his stepmother who put me in touch with his real mother, and i called her. we talked a lot. she did a lot of crying. she's a wonderful woman, wonderful woman. so i decided to write an article about her. after i wrote the article, i was really unnerved by thinking of a young man who had done a wonderful job as a soldier -- >> host: two tours of duty in iraq. >> guest: yes. committing suicide. and i said, this is not right. i want to know more. so i began d
named noah peers. >> guest: noah charles pierce. >> host: noah charles pierce. you talk about his story. why you got involved in his case. >> guest: i'm a writer. i sometimes write short stories and poems. i had a story in a magazine, i had couple of poems from a soldier who committed suicide. it blew me away, a soldier is committing suicide? and i thought about it and i asked the editor, could you put me in touch with his mother? he said, not really. it is privacy. i said please. well, i finally got in touch what was his stepmother who put me in touch with his real mother. i called her. we talked a lot. she did a lot of crying. she is a wonderful woman, wonderful woman. so he decided to write an article about her. after i wrote the article, was really unnerved by thinking of a young man who had done, a wonderful job as a soldier. >> host: two tours of duty in iraq. >> guest: yeah. committing suicide. i said, this is not right. i want to know more. i began to do a lot of research and decided, because one of my passion in writing is a human rights. for me this is a human rights book. so
doing a live show. >>> russell crowe is film his latest movie "noah," shooting on oyster bay, long island. production was forced to shut down due to possible flooding. emma watson, she's one of the stars, she tweeted, i take it the irony of massive storm holding up production of noah is not lost. >> that little structure could be somewhere floating in the atlantic right now. >> exactly. you see these pictures coming in. your hearts just go out to so many of the folks out there where you know just the fires that we saw going in queens, our thoughts and prayers are with everybody all along the east coast. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." finally, here is a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. state governors join matt and savannah with the storm news. with seven days left in the final sprint to the white house, hear the latest details on how the candidates are weathering the storm. >>> now keep it on this chann
about one young man named noah pierce. talk about noah charles pierce's story and why you got so involved with his case. >> guest: i'm a writer. i sometimes write short stories as well as poems, and i had a story in the magazine, and i see a couple of poems by a soldier who committed suicide, and i looked. it just blew me away. a soldier is committing suicide? i thought about it, and i asked the editor, could you put me in touch with his mother, and he said not really. it's privacy. i said, please. well, i finally got in touch who was his stepmother who put me in touch with the real mother. i called her. we talked a lot. she's a wonderful woman, a wonderful woman. i decided to write an article about her. after i wrote the article, i was really unserved thinking of young man who had done a wonderful job as a soldier. >> host: two tours of duty in iraq. >> guest: yes, and committing suicide. this is not right, i want to know more. i began to do a lot of research and decided because one of my passions in writing is human rights, and for me, this is a human rights book so i started d
predict the whacky weather right now. noah's new weather center where they are going green and helping future scientists. tist >>> in spirit of halloween, let's say unique in race in salt lake city, utah, where people race their giant pumpkins across the pump at the pumpkin race. racers grow and carve out their own pumpkinnings. the winning secret according to this year's winner, it's growing your pumpkin facing north and south instead of east and west. hey, it was good for that winner, right? >> how do you know which way -- >> they know it. that's cool. anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs overseas, his economic plan would... help big corporations, devastating the middle class. allen even voted against tax breaks for small businesses. virginia can't afford to go back to george allen. the democratic senatorial campaign committee... is responsible for the content of this advertising. >>> an alert for dr
ultimately - first of all, we believe noah - all humanity - has a covenant with god; noah is every man. and then there's a special covenant made with the jewish people, the purpose of which is to live by the teaching, torah, teach it, live it, follow god's behest, the commandments, carry it on, until there is a universal covenant. that doesn't mean till everybody becomes jewish - it means by that time, by our concept, there won't be any separate institutional religions; that is everybody living as they ought to, as part of an alliance. it's an alliance with god. it's as if the world has to move from original chaos to cosmos or harmony, and everything you do is part of that alliance with god. you can't do it alone - there has to be the god side. but it won't happen unless we do it. so with every deed we do, every observance, lighting a candle, observing myths, visiting the sick - we call those mitzvoth, or good deeds - is part of fulfilling that covenant and building the kingdom. >> you see - hear that, rites of passage, identity and relationship, and also that quest for unity. now the
's the commander and the one above him and they don't get a chance. >> host: we were talking about noah's mother and noah committing suicide or sarah rich, the daughter suzanne who was raped in the military or lucy and their son jeff. you talk about these remarkable parents who stand up for their children. >> guest: you know when people think about war and they think of a soldier, they forget about the families. they forget about the wives. they forget about the children. they forget out the mothers and fathers. and one father interviewed, tim taylor, he said i'm having secondary ptsd. he said i am worried sick about ryan. and he showed me, and in the book there is a diary of ryan cleaning up the remains of his friend in a humvee. he said, i don't know what's going to happen to him. he said, i have become a media because no one is listening to me. he is not getting the help he needs. and i don't know what he is going to do. one day he is up in the one day he is down. will be commit suicide? will he not? he got into a health clinic. he went at night so he wouldn't be attracted. you are afraid som
court. nba stars joe kim noah, taj gibson are there. >> it's a blessing to be here. >> reporter: so is the legendary isiah thomas who grew up in these neighborhoods. >> this is the nba championship for the neighborhood. >> reporter: and, from our summit, there's dre, there's mr. blast. >> no question, people here shot at each other, that have tried to kill each other. but today, just love for each other. >> reporter: and when it's over -- >> we played ball today. we did something that was better. we did something different. we changed it. >> reporter: it may seem like a small victory -- this where you agr grew up -- but these neighborhoods are filled with brave people struggling to secure small ideas. mothers, creating safe houses. fathers starting mentoring programs. derek brown is a former gang leader for the vice lords, nicknamed shotgun, who nows runs the boxing league for kids. kids as vulnerable to gang pressure as he was. >> i'm willing to die in order for these young minds and these young kids to live. >> reporter: you think i'm ready for the big leagues? back inside the chu
. dad john and six-year-old son noah root for the nats. nats. >> my wife and i work downtown and we have gone to so many game, brought the boys to games, games,. >> reporter: 1-year-old zach and six-year-old sam are fans of the orioles and when i was young i rooted for the orioles, dc didn't have the nats. i stuck with my allegiance to baltimore. >> reporter: baseball fans have a wonderful quandary on their hands. two local teams that are winning. >> i flew zach home from college so we could go to the game tonight because he has never been to a baseball playoff game. >> trying to take care of the yankees, looking to make it a beltway world series. >> we are having a great year. win-win, and keep winning. >> reporter: we all know the mason dixon line separates the north from the south, but what line divides nats from o's fans? if you would like to weigh in go to our wusa9 facebook page. >> the success has been a good thing for local businesses, specifically sports bars and restaurants with big screen televisions. the argue ngata -- the restaurant in dc is one of countless places where pe
, noah, was down here in the family room when it hit. >> and what did it sound like? >> it sounded like, almost like a deep rumbling sound, almost like an earthquake was coming and even shaking the foundation of the house. >> it was really loud? >> it was so loud. >> i mean, did you know right away what it was? >> well, at first, because i was almost asleep, and it woke me up, and i just jumped off the couch, and i ran -- like ran downstairs. so i had no idea what it was. it was just a loud crashing sound. >> look at that tree. and i mean, the main thing is that you weren't there. bruce leshan. our hearts are broken, too. >>> here's a quick and easy way you can help the hurricane victims. just like the wusa 9 on facebook and for every one of those we will donate a dollar to the red cross sandy relief fund. >>> election only a week away. how did sandy derail plans for last minute campaigning for both sides? we'll have that. >>> plus three separate bombings in northern virginia and police say they're all the work of one person. the latest on this bizarre series of crimes. >> a trio of bom
and gone down into the basement to two down to sleep. my son was right down below this, my son noah was down here in the family room when it hit. and what did it sound like? >> well, it sounded like a -- almost like a deep rumbling sounds almost like an earthquake was coming and even shaking the foundation of the house. >> reporter: it was really loud. >> it was so loud. >> reporter: and i mean did you know right away what it was? >> well, at first because i was almost asleep and it woke me up. and i -- i was just jumped off the couch and i -- ran like ran downstairs because i had no idea what it was. just a loud crashing sound. >> reporter: i look at that tree and -- i mean the main thing is that you weren't there. >> bruce leshan, my goodness. our hearts go out to bruce and his family fortunately nobody hurt. >>> coming up later in the show we will look at how you deal with some the insurae issues that come up in situations like that or damage after a big storm. >>> and if you've got internet access consider liking our wusa9 facebook page. we are donating $1 to the american red cr
the decision about whether to allow concealed weapons. >> noah, you teach at the university of colorado boulder. talk about what is happening on campus, the concerns of profs? >> i would say, overwhelmingly, the faculty are against having firearms on campus, whether they be by conceal-carry permit holders, or illegally. we have dead and levitan students in class, we have a relatively high dropout rate. we do have students that go through pretty unpleasant experiences sometimes they're in their years at university. they are also growing a lot as individuals. through that process, sometimes they go through some emotional stress. having firearms injected into that environment is not healthy. there is also a lot of dissenting views on campus. all political spectrum represented on campus for some their opinions on many different issues. having firearms present in those kinds of discussions is also, i think, potentially volatile. >> your own personal concerns about, for example, grading students? >> i connect with my students on i a pretty deep level, i think, not only in lecture, but also when i pas
would know. let me tell you because we are life this morning at noah's new weather and climate prediction facility at the university of maryland. it is one impressive place. we're talking about 76 and a half million dollars facility, 268,000 square feet, over 800 employees, but i know, you want to know when it's going to snow and how much. we're going to go tour the facility and see if we can get an answer next. fox 5 morning news, stay with us. take away his toys and he'll play with a stick. take away their bikes and they'll still find a way to get where they're going. but if take you away early childhood education... slash k-12 funding... and cut college aid for middle class families ... they won't go far. yet that's exactly what mitt romney wants to do... ...to pay for a $250,000 tax break for multi-millionaires. if mitt romney wins, the middle class loses. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. [ female announcer ] seen this from mitt romney? then take a look at this. [ anderson cooper ] if roe v. wade was overturned, congress passed a fed
state, any component, into our program at any time because we're operating you noah cording you know, according to the same standards. back in 2008 we had a very large fire event here in california and we aircraft from 22 states responding to that. there is capability to respond within the national guard alone and we have started developing relationships with our title 10 partners, we do similar academics every year like they do so i think that helps generate interoperatability amongst the title 10 and title 32 assets within the state as well. >> well, i don't know about you all but i feel pretty comfortable going into this fire season. it sounds like we have a pretty integrated group not only within the military capability you but state and local capabilities and federal capabilities for this fire season. with that i'm going to go down the line. as we get to our military partners i'd ask if there's other technologies that you think that you have that you want to share about that may be helpful as we start to get into fire season. please share those with us. ray, if you'd like
divided. dad john and six-year-old noah root for the nats. >> my wife and i work down town. we've brought the boys to games, so we couldn't have asked for a better year than this. >> reporter: 19-year-old zach, a college students, and six- year-old sam, are fans of the orioles. >> my favorite colors are black and orange. >> when i was young washington didn't after baseball team, so i rooted for the orioles, the closest. >> reporter: fans have a wonderful quandary. two local teams that are winning. >> i knew zach home from college so that we could go to the orioles game because he's never been to a baseball playoff game. >> we're trying to take care of the yankees. >> we're having a great year. we're having fun. win, win, and keep winning. >> reporter: we all know that the mason dixon line separates the north from the south but what line divides nats from o's fans? if you would like to weigh in go to our wusa 9 facebook page. andrea mccarren, 9news. >> here on the weekend crew we're pulling for a beltway world series. we asked our facebook and twitter series about divided family loyalty wh
is a household divided. dad john and six-year-old noah root for the nats. >> my wife and i work downtown. we have gone to so many games, brought the boys to games. we couldn't have asked for a better year than this. >> reporter: 19-year-old zach, a college student, and six-year-old sam, are fans of the orioles. >> my favorite color is black and orange. >> when i was young dc didn't have a baseball team, so i road for the orioles -- i rooted for the orioles. when the nationals came i stuck with the allegiance to baltimore. >> reporter: baseball fans have a wonderful quandary on their hands. two local teams that are winning. >> i flew zach home from college so we could go to a playoff game. >> if we could make it that would be great. >> we are having a great year. win and keep winning. >> reporter: we all know the mason dixon line separates the north from the south, but what line divides nats from o's fans? if you would like to weigh in, go to our wusa9 facebook page. andrea mccarron, 9news. >>> let's have some fun according to an article in usa today, people who play this game will live four and a
and arkansas. today, the folks at noah released their annual winter outlook, predicting it will be warmer than average in the central u.s., and in the west this winter, colder than normal. and in florida, it is also expected to be a drier than normal winter. sadly, that means the drought could keep going, spreading worse in the west and northwest. and in europe, the wine lovers may have a problem with the grapes, the worst in 50 years. >>> and google caught up in a big mistake today. the earning numbers came out early, they were supposed to wait until the market closed. while they blame the company that prints the financial documents for them, the numbers in the report was real, the news was bad. so alarmed investors sold off a lot of google stock, trading was stopped until the afternoon, but as you see the damage was done. when it was all over, the stock had plunged more than $60, down 8% on the day. also an off day for all the markets overall. all three major indexes were down. >>> and still ahead as we continue today. a part of america where suddenly a lot of people are getting very rich. b
, noah is coming out with something between 6 and 10 feet of storm surge. that is what makes this -- we don't analyze that. you go isabel, you think hay smell, sure. but these storms curved and went back out to sea. that is not the cares. >> that is why we're worried about ocean city. >> reporter: tonight know evacuation has been ordered here. officials know they will feel some of the impact of hurricane sandy. they are hoping to avoid a direct hit. >>> it is a quiet day, but not a ghost town. >> the weather was amazing. 74degrees and sunny. >> reporter: some 50 to 60,000 visitors are here this weekend along with 8,000 permanent residents. some businesses are getting ready for whatever sandy throws at them. others have to deal with the nonsales. >> we will have a good weekend. obviously this weekend everyone has been scared away. >> the fishtails bar has one of the tvs tuned to the weather channel. the slips are just about empty. >> they are going to a safer location to the south or they had their boats pulled. >> beach erosion is expected to be a problem here. >> if we're going to get
in the third. kirk hinrich blocked the shot, and then joakim noah finished on the other end. later in the quarter. hinrich stole the ball and kept it himself for a lay-up. the bulls scored 32 fast- break points, but the bench nearly blew a 14- point lead by shooting one- for- 21 in the fourth. the bulls still won, 92-88. the bears still are not saying how long receiver alshon jeffrey will be out. he hid his broken hand the best he could at halas hall yesterday, and it'll be at least a few weeks. the bears held a light workout and jay cutler, brian urlacher, lance briggs, julius peppers and roberto garza did not participate. they'll practice again today ahead of a few days off to enjoy the bye week. >>you never get far away from football. >>everytime you watch a game, you can learn something. we are excited. >>the tigers tried to sweep the athletics in oakland. the a's led one- nothing in the second when prince fielder hit one to deep left, but coco crisp made the leaping catch to rob a home run. fielder was robbed again in the seventh. made a diving catch to prevent an extra- base
that secret for weeks. noah shannon green born may 27. he is happy and perfect. >> justin timber late -- timberlake is tying the knot. any thoughts are cameras would be confiscated. best to leave them at the hotel. >> you know somebody will get a picture and we will see it soon. >> coming up at 4:00
against the grizzlies at the united center tonight. joakim noah is a game- time decision. he's been overseas dealing with a personal matter. the bulls' "bench mob" will look very different this year with six new players in the rotation. the one holdover is taj gibson, who's in his fourth season and now considered the leader of the group. that's a look at sports. your live illinois lottery drawing is next. >>winning pick 3 numbers. 33,1 winning pick 4 numbers. 4,0,7,9 >>jopin us tonight for the mega millions. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! [ horn honks ] [ male announcer ] you start your day... love you, too. ...thinking about what's important to you -- your family... ...the mortgage... the kids' college tuition. [ cellphone ringing ] but life insurance? [ horn honking ] l
a game- high 24 points along with 13 rebounds. bulls win 100-94. rip hamilton scored 23 while joakim noah had a double- double. >>the bears have cut former- first round pick chris williams. jerry angelo drafted him 14-th overall in 2008. he started 38 games at various spots on the offensive line, and competed at left tackle in training camp. williams says he's already gotten interest from other teams. the bears filled his roster spot by re-signing cornerback zack bowman, who will help on special teams. the n-h-l has made an offer that could end the lockout. the league offered the players a fifty- fifty split of revenue. that is down from the 57- percent players currently get but it's better than the preivous offer. n-h-l commissioner gary bettman says if the deal is approved within the next nine days, a full 82- game regular season could start on november second. the players union is reviewing the offer, and sources say another meeting could take place tomorrow. alex rodriguez was benched for game- three of the a-l-c-s. tigers up one- nothing in the fifth. triple crown winner miguel cabre
each other. this is a third debate they have gone at it. reporter noah bearman joins me. we have seen the race go up and down. one of the most watched. you have thousands of people show up for their last debate. how do we know with any certainty that this is a down ballot impact that scott brown is seeing and maybe not the result of the debate they had? >> we don't know for sure and we don't know for sure whether the polls are temporary or signify a larger trend. she's been up in polls before this one. occasionally she's been down and come back up again. >> yeah. >> but the thing that's sort of interesting about this one is that this is hardly going to be a swing state in the presidential election and many of the polls that had her up had obama winning by very large margins. the bur poll that came out yesterday, two weeks ago had obama winning by 27 points, i think or 28. and then in the same poll had him winning by about 16. and brown has been outperforming romney here. scott brown is outperforming romney and needs to outperform him to win and the fewer ballots he has to split, obvio
days this winter. noah says 18 percent increase in the number of days you have to turn on your heat. >>> a new generation turning to iphones more than ever. >> 40 percent of teenagers now own an iphone up from 17 percent last spring. that is kierding to a survey by piper jaf right. they are loving any iphone model. it doesn't have to be a new one before they call them spoiled. 62 percent say if they don't have an iphone right now their next phone will be an iphone. that's what apple needs to hear. >> good for their stock but bad for the parents of paying the bills for a lot of these. >> the data and everything else. thank you so much from fox business network. >> 18 after the hour. >> the first time i met you was when you walked on to the stage tonight. >> that was one of the most moem merable clips from a vice presidential debate? can joe biden influence the campaign? don't forget to make a call like this it may be a fancy cell phone but tsa officials say it is not and they are laughing about this stunning item. what do we do when something that's hard to paint, really wants to be
center to see for ourselves. these are afghan special police at the noah training center. they're hand picked police officers, sent here for advanced training to master skills necessary to protect the afghan people from the taliban. strapping here is conducted by nato special operators and experienced american law officers. this year, 600 graduates will return to their units proficient in hand to hand combat, live fire qualification on every weapon in their arsenal, patrolling, live fire close quarter battle, which one mentor called fish, fight not guilty someone's house. -- fighting in someone's house. the goal? afghan police forces around the country that are confident, committed and capable of standing on their own. we're now a third battalion base in hellman province, once one of the bloodiest places on the planet. their task has been made more difficult and dangerous by all the dates certain and exit strategy talk from washington. but the soldiers, sailor, marines and others here are getting the job done and they can all come home knowing that they've made this a safer police. art
-year-old. he's been away a lot. he's currently filming noah. >> long island, of all places. >> so he's working all the time. there were also rumors this summer she was seen out with her dancing partner on the australian version of "dancing with the stars." >> okay. you can be seen out and not be about. >> apparently, it's going to be a $20 million settlement. that's been the word. he's supposedly worth $60 million. i think $20 million is a nice package. >> nice, round number. >>> there's a jonas brothers song out there that has to do with miley cyrus in some way, what's the story about this thing? >> has to be about miley. it's called "wedding bells." it was written by nick jonas. they dated when they were only 15 years old and they were known as niley at that time. >> they were? >> yes. >> we missed that. must not have been reading "tiger beat" at the time. >> then she announced this summer she's engaged to william hemsworth. and this song, all the lyrics, it's clear. >> why do adults care about this? >> who cares? >> only you two over the age of 21 give a rip. >> she's going to be
. >> it's a boy for megan fox. fox took to facebook to announce noah green was born september 27th. this is the couple's first child together. the 39-year-old green has a child from a previous marriage. 26-year-old fox told cosmopolitan earlier this year she's always been maternal and hopes to have two, probably three kids. congratulations. >> uh-huh. >>> getting your lilacs to grow, and planting fall herbs. >> coming up, derek thomas is here with answers to viewers' questions in today's ask the garden guy. hello, derek. >> plus, the most popular characters and hottest tunes -- hey, there are the main guys and girls! >> it's huge. >> yep. holly is giving us a preview of rocking ever after, n ice, when we come back. ♪ are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at no extra charge. like the new droid razr m by motorola only $99.99. and balanced the budget every year. and tim kaine and i both cut our own pay as governors, to lead by example. mark warner and i reached across party lines to get things done. we were
yesterday. >> she and brian green had a baby. but they had the baby, noah shannon, about three weeks ago. she just said she wanted three weeks of peace before the media started bothering them. that's exactly what she got. plus she wanted to announce it before anyone else. congrats to them. >> charlie sheen was replaced by ashton kutcher on "two and a half men." >> here's the thing. of course, ashton kutcher made $24 million basically from "two and a half men." next on that list is hugh lorry from house. ray romano is making tons of money still. not sure if that's the new show he's making, or tons of re-runs he has running. mark harmon of n krrks irkci cis made $15 million. i saw you on the list, yes. >> all right. from "two and a half men," back to one baby, with seven names? >> i had to write it down. why would uma thurman do this? you know what will happen on the first day of school. it will be like is rosalind arusha arkadina altalune -- it's just too long. her dad is a billionaire. also has a child with ella mcpherson. this is what they do. why would you do that? >> she named the bab
that the smallest moment could have the biggest impact on a child. >> i got a letter from noah. noah had been bullied at school and was going through rough times and he loved dreaming big, work hard and i was like i want to make an impact in this kid's life. i said, hi, this is j.georgia. watt. i'm just looking to get in touch with your son noah. i was wondering if i could meet him. >> mr. watt. >> i got your letter. >> and i was just speechless. i couldn't even really talk. j.j. cared enough to come to school and visit me because of what i told him. >> you have to have big dreams. never let people try to knock you down. >> reporter: j.j. turned his slogan into a dream big work hard foundation to support underfunded youth athletic programs across the country. >> i don't want any kid to be lost on an opportunity just because somebody couldn't afford it. >> reporter: he left college a year early to enter the nfl draft. >> the houston texans select j.j. watt. >> reporter: and was picked up by houston in the first round. >> it truly was everything i had ever dreamed of. >> reporter: when he got t
reporter noah joins me now. great pleasure having you on. let's talk about it. a shift for your paper and what we saw in the prior -- may the last poll was taken. >> >> that's right. yeah. late may we had him up by two. this one she's up by five. it's within the margin of error. our poll showed still almost 20% undecided voters. it's easily within both candidate's grasp. seven of the nine polls taken in september show her with a small lead. the conventional wisdom she has a small edge. >> is the wisdom that this change happened as a result of the last debate? what was the money maker here? was it the dnc convention? what was it? >> i think there could have been, of course, any number of factors but the dnc seemed big n part because she spoke at it but maybe in larger part because it started to politicize the atmosphere and she's really counting on obama voters and traditional democrats coming out for her because that's where she's got the numerical advantage in the state. she needs people to remember they usually vote democrat. >> you talk about politicizing this one. a headline in "t
they are trying to move noah. there is a wet noah and try noah come so fish or raccoons, however you might want to look at so it makes no sense. they are trying to make changes, but barbara mikulski has noah facilities in her district and somebody has something somewhere else. so it is not much of an executive fiat. as much as it needs to be done would be difficult to do it that way. you almost have to take the structure that you have come and then again you have to be one mind on two or three different issues. it's not just one area. it's more than one bureau or agency and you have to have the cabinet working on the team as two or three issues and driving it down, just driving it right down all in sync. >> i don't disagree with that. and on a much smaller level, having reorganized the government as a governor when people say it can be done, nice try, and doing it. when is the last time we had the president stand up and say that part of government i am going to reorganize the following way for the following reasons? i worked for the last four presidents and i can't remember them one of them sta
. that is the definition for last those providing the first-ever american dictionary, noah webster's american dictionary, which was published in 1806. to be quote, lustful, according to webster was to have a regular desires for behaving lustfully was to do something in a quote lustful or lecture us manner. yet despite all of these imputations of deviancy, webster also noted that to do some being lustily was to do it stop me, boldly, with courage. so connections between passion and action come between arousal and courageous resolve for wolf and into the very vocabulary of american english in the area of 1812. ministers who were opposed to the passions found eager supporters amongst the parishioners. along with his formal sermons that have just been talking about, printers also circulated thoughts of writing by ordinary people that took similar points of view. when antiwar poem was published as a broadside poster, written by a man named william allen from newport, rhode island, ryan, war, carnage, devastation, many die in the sacred page, all these from our last. so from formal sermons, war opponents easi
, that is the definition for lust that was provided in the first-ever american authored dictionary, noah webster's american dictionary, which was published in 1806. to be quote, lustful, according to webster was to have quote, irregular desires. while to behave lust fully was to do something in a lustful or lecherous manner. despite all imputations of sexual sin and deif yensy, webster also note to do something quote,lous fully, do it stealth stealth think, bold and with courage. actions between sexual arousal and courageous resolve were woven into the american vocabularily of english in the era of 1812. minute sisters opposed to passions found eager supporters amongst the parishioners. along with the formal sermons i'm talking about, printers circulated writing by ordinary people that took similar points of view. one antiwar poem as a broadside poster written by a man named william allen from newport, rhode island, rhymed, quote, war, carnage devastation, many fall in leaves died, in the sacred page we read all these from our lusts proceed. so from formal sermons to sing songs war opponents easily accepte
facebook page. fox says noah shannon green is happy, healthy and perfect. tv star flave a flave is facing assault and battery charges. he threw his fiance to the floor twice and went off her teenage son with two knives. some of hollywood's most iconic movie costumes are going on display in london. a james bond tux daniel craig wore and the cowboy gear heath ledger wore in broke back mountain are among 100 movie costumes in the exhibit at the victoria and albert mao seeup. it opens saturday. the action thriller alex kroft hits theaters tomorrow. tyler perry stars as the homicide detective and psychologist from the best selling crime novel by james patterson. >> got ourselves a four roses. >> reporter: alex kroft is the same character morgan freeman played in kiss the girl and along came a spider. that's your eye on entertainment. alexis christoforous, cbs news, new york. >>> good morning. thank you for watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >>> thanks for being here. i'm mike hydeck. monika samtani is going to have traffic moment tairm. -- momentarily. >> howard bernstein is on
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